Researchers at a biotech company discovered that a molecule becomes elevated within hours of gluten consumption.
Certain traumatic events in childhood may increase the risk of developing celiac disease, a new study suggests.
Two researchers are spearheading projects that could change the future of celiac disease treatment.
Researchers hope this method of modifying gluten will one day allow people with celiac disease to eat wheat-based foods.
Researchers found that traumatized children had lower diversity in gut bacteria and different patterns of brain activity.
In a small study, researchers found that budesonide helped relieve symptoms following accidental gluten exposure. Taking an extended-release steroid drug may help ease symptoms of gluten exposure in people with celiac disease, according to a new study involving a small series of individual cases.
Top doctors and a leading advocate discuss what we’ve learned in recent years, drug treatments on the horizon and more.